5 Things Hawaii: Q&A with Rep. John Mizuno, What You Missed, Dave Underriner
DJ Wilson | Feb 7, 2019 | Hawaii
Last month we hosted our 2019 Hawaii State of Reform Health Policy Conference with nearly 300 attendees from across the silos of healthcare to cover some of the most complex issues in healthcare policy and reform. Check out what you missed, and hopefully we’ll see you next year!
Nick Macchione has led the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency since 2008, and serves as the Deputy Administrator for the county government that serves 3.4 million residents. During this time, Macchione has launched the “Live Well” initiative, convening service agencies, health care organizations, and civic leaders in
Hawaii Gov. David Ige detailed his priorities for the year in his recent State of the State Address. Increasing affordable housing, expanding early learning, improving transit, protecting public lands, and adjusting the TAT tax were all prominent themes, along with addressing homelessness in the state. Topics touching healthcare were woven
Rep. John Mizuno represents Hawaii’s 28th Legislative District, which covers Kalihi Valley, Kamehameha Heights, and part of Lower Kalihi. Mizuno was first elected to his office in 2006 and currently serves as chair of Hawaii’s House Health Committee. State of Reform reporter Sara Gentzler talked to Mizuno about his priorities
There have been a flurry of health-related bills introduced during the first two weeks of Hawaii’s 2019 legislative session. From mental health and homelessness, to a long list of potential new pilot programs, here are eight bills that caught our eye: Mental Health: HB 1597: This bill would establish
We are looking forward to hosting almost 300 of our closest friends in Hawaii health care next week at the 2019 Hawaii State of Reform Health Policy Conference! It's coming up on January 15th at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. While you can certainly check out the Topical Agenda for next